Fall 2018 Courses
Voices in PUBLIC POLICY in Spanish (PUBPOL 273T/SPAN 273T)
Learning Spanish? Interested in studying or working in Latin America? This course will help to prepare you for research and fieldwork abroad by exploring how language and culture impact policy issues and practice. Students will explore the intersections of language, public policy, and Latino American politics. Through authentic text, video, interviews, radio, and case studies in Spanish, we will examine how communities in North, Central and South America approach policy issues from immigration and voting rights to poverty and inequality.
1/2 credit. Pass/fail. Tutorials meet for 75 minutes/week. Taught in Spanish. Pre-requisite: 4 semesters or equivalent of Spanish.
Instructor: Ana María Montoya